Robbins gained fame with his many performances at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville and sold more than one million copies of his recording “A White Sport Coat and a Pink Carnation” in 1957.
He also had a number of top ranking hits and awards including a Grammy Award for “El Paso” in 1959 and the Grammy Award for the Best Country & Western Recording in 1961 for his album More Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs. Robbins was awarded many other honors over the course of his life and career as well.
The Little Opry Theatre inside Branson’s IMAX Entertainment Complex presents an amazing show, A Tribute to Marty Robbins and Classic Country Stars, honoring Robbins and others who left their mark on the country music industry like Johnny Cash, Merle Travis, Bob Wills and more.
You’ll enjoy popular hits like “El Paso,” “Don’t Worry,” “My Woman, My Woman, My Life” and many others, so don’t miss out on this fantastic show.
The Branson IMAX is at 3562 Shepherd of the Hills Expwy., just down the road from the RFD-TV Theatre.
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